Sunday, 25 January 2015

BNP Meeting Central London - Better Times ahead

On Saturday, January 24, BNP officers in the London Region presided by Steve Squire attended the presentation of a new set of long term strategies,

It was agreed that due to mass media blackout 2015 offered excellent opportunities to rebuild and grow now that public attention is focused on May 2015 General Election that is perceived as a gateway to new political realities with the loss of political preeminence of the Conservative Party, of the Labour Party and of the Liberal Democratic Party brought about by the rise of UKIP and SNP.

There are new political realities and to deal with new political realities it was understood that in order to adapt to ongoing changes the organisation will stop reacting to short term events and will have a long term set of strategies that incidentally coincide with fresh funding coming from a variety of sources.

Thanks to British mass media, the party has had the time and opportunity to re-group, reorganize and grow. Long gone are the days of scandals surrounding revelations such the leaking of membership lists by those trying to damage the organisation. A whole new set of categories of supporters whose names are not going to be officially registered will allow ten of thousands of Britons and other Europeans, both in Britain and abroad, to provide the resources the organisation will use for training, development and expansion.

Tuesday, 23 December 2014

National Partei Deutschlands: For culture, tradition and identity

Certainly, religion and faith are a private matter and can not be ordered. We live in a secular state that makes its citizens in these questions no rules. Except holidays and other smaller facilities. Despite this secularization we are all more or less familiar with the well-known festivals and rituals. Some have religious backgrounds that are much older than Christianity. Others have a very direct reference to Catholic doctrine. They all belong to our Western heritage and are an integral part of our annual life. So it is not only understandable but also imperative that more and more people oppose the elimination of these cultural characteristics.

It's not just about festivals or holidays. It is primarily aimed at our cultural identity. To what defines us. Culture and tradition are not fads, but a product of the genesis of our people, our mentality. In the culture of the people is expressed. We face the culture and customs in relation to our environment.

In particular that the celebrations are under attack, have a strong relation to the family, no surprise. Finally, the family must not place themselves have destructive world in one. But it is the families that give us protection and security. We remember your special about Christmas. In the sacred night not only the living are close to us, but also the dead, our ancestors that we have in our minds and to whom we owe our existence. To whom we owe the piece of land on which we live and we treasure for millennia.

That is why this view is on culture and tradition also a piece of policy. It's about responsibility. To real responsibility that we have taken over and we pass on to our children. Those who give up their culture, deny their origin origin and have no future.

Gewiss, Religion und Glaube sind Privatsache und können nicht verordnet werden. Wir leben in einem säkularen Staat, der seinen Bürgern in diesen Fragen keine Vorschriften macht. Von Feiertagen und anderen, kleineren Annehmlichkeiten abgesehen. Trotz dieser Säkularisierung sind wir alle mehr oder weniger mit den bekannten Festen und Ritualen vertraut. Manche haben religiöse Hintergründe, die schon viel älter als das Christentum sind, andere haben einen sehr direkten Bezug zur katholischen Lehre. Sie alle gehören aber zu unserem abendländischen Kulturerbe und sind ein fester Bestandteil unseres alljährlichen Lebens. Insofern ist es nicht nur verständlich, sondern auch geboten, dass sich immer mehr Menschen gegen die Beseitigung dieser kulturellen Eigenheiten wehren.

Es geht dabei nicht nur um Feste oder Feiertrage. Es geht im Kern um unsere kulturelle Identität. Um das, was uns ausmacht. Kultur und Tradition sind keine Modeerscheinungen, sondern Produkt der Genese unseres Volkes, unserer Mentalität. In der Kultur drückt sich das Volk aus. Wir stellen uns über Kultur und Tradition in Bezug zu unserer Umwelt.

Dass insbesondere die Feierlichkeiten unter Beschuss stehen, die einen starken Bezug auf die Familie haben, verwundert nicht. Schließlich darf die Familie keinen Platz in einer sich selbst zerstörenden Welt haben. Es sind aber die Familien, die uns Schutz und Geborgenheit geben. Ihrer besinnen wir uns besonders an Weihnachten. In der geweihten Nacht sind uns nicht nur die Lebenden nah, sondern auch die Toten, unsere Vorfahren, an die wir denken und denen wir unser Dasein verdanken. Denen wir auch das Stück Erde verdanken, auf dem wir leben und das wir seit Jahrtausenden hüten.

Darum ist diese Sicht auf Kultur und Tradition auch ein Stück Politik. Es geht um Verantwortung. Um echte Verantwortung, die wir übernommen haben und die wir an unsere Kinder weitergeben. Wer seine Kultur aufgibt, leugnet seine Herkunft und hat keine Zukunft.

Saturday, 13 December 2014

NATO allies in Ukraine: a picture speaks a thousand words

These are President Barak Obama's allies in Ukraine, also supported by Prime Minister David Cameron and others.

Let the picture do the talking.

Thursday, 11 December 2014

We must prepare for widespread political upheaval leading to World War

We must prepare for World War.

An unstable World pushed towards the edge by the destruction of OPEC brought about by the drastic fall of oil prices can only lead to war.

Developing countries already struggling under the weight of decades of piled up public and foreign debt will see political upheaval of levels never seen before.

When all certainties disappear, the armed way will be the only way. Former US President James Carter stated once during a visit to Central America that there would be no guerrillas if people had something to live for.

Drug trafficking became an issue when the prices of agricultural products collapsed due to subsidies implemented by both the US and the then European Community. Suddenly, farmers became drug producers because drugs were more valuable that agricultural products. Further political and financial instability can only benefit drug traffickers and weapons producers.

The paradox is that the fall of oil prices also means budget cuts in so called Developed Economies for which taxes on oil revenues are an important factor to maintain public services. Britain managed to lose not less than 75 billion Pound in just a few weeks leading to recalculations of public budgets and lay offs.

As the Peace Economy is torpedoed, the War Economy is booming with more and more demand for weaponry. Adolf Hitler stated that armies are meant to be used in war. The number of conflicts across the world is rising and all is needed is a connecting pin to link them all.

Monday, 8 December 2014

Budget Cuts: There is a limit and Lib Lab Con knows it

There are limits and Lib Lab Con and the Establishment know it. 33,000 less Police Officers in the coming year? Thousands of NHS staff already laid off and many more thousands across the Armed Forces and other basic services.

The time is fast approaching when politics in Europe will change dramatically. Lib Lab Cons across Europe are building the guillotines of their own demise.

In the next round of tax cuts the middle classes will be once again squeezed and we all know that until the middle classes suffer real pain things are not going to change.

The Day of Judgment is fast approaching when so called liberal politicians are going to find themselves against the wall and with no friends left to take them out of hot water. It happened before and it will happen again. They know it. We know it. We are waiting for them.

Thursday, 4 December 2014

NPD joins BNP: German and British Nationalists come together marching for the Common Cause

As Europeans face very similar circumstances, across Europe Nationalist political organizations come together working together for a Common Cause.

As they are persecuted because they stand for National Interest, different organizations challenge language barriers and unite to support each other.

The pressures of the financial crisis combined with the pressures of mass migration are creating an environment that is leading to violence and so called Islamic Terrorism is very much one of the factors that threatens Europe as a whole.

Cooperation and coordination will make European organizations more capable and more efficient than ever before.

Friday, 21 November 2014

Rochester after Clacton: Change is needed to avoid violence

I think that change is badly needed in the United Kingdom in order to avoid violence.

UKIP has rocked the boat and the boat needs rocking.

When you have individuals like Prime Minister called David Cameron that thinks that continuing giving money to corrupt EU bureaucrats is the way forward at the expense of British people who face desperate situations, change is needed.

When you have a Liberal Democratic Party and a Labour Party bent on continuing their campaign of ethnic cleansing, change is needed.

Britain hasn't had violent upheavals for quite a while and political stagnation is destroying the country. Yes the money might flowing in for corrupt politicians and corrupt bankers but more and more are facing disaster.

Budget cuts, for what? To give money to bankers and corrupt politicians? When you cannot find a bed for psychiatric treatment in the capital of the United Kingdom, you instinctively know that what Lib Lab Con have been telling you is merely lies. The NHS is being dismantled.

Public services eroded and real unemployment is growing. Having a job that does not allow you to have decent living standards is unemployment under another name.

The Conservative Party was practically wiped out in Lambeth as it has been wiped out in many other areas and the same goes for Labour and the Liberal Democrats that are an absolute shambles and this was reflected with votes.

It is not an issue of who is or who isn't the leader. Cameron, Clegg and Milliband are one and the same despite the theatre of Parliament.